Tech Deals: 40% Off Samsung 4K TV, $35 Fire TV Stick, Logitech Pop Home Switch Starter Pack, More
In the interest of saving you money as part of the process of introducing new technology into your life, we have once again curated a selection of wonderful technology deals.
Simply browse the deals, find what it is you are looking for, and act quickly to secure the purchase.
Samsung Curved 49-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV ($599.99, usually $988.99): The fact that this is a gorgeous Samsung LED television set with a whopping 40% discount applied to it should really be enough to convince you to make the purchase. For that financial outlay, you will get 49-inches of stunning viewing, 4K resolution, and even built-in smart functionality providing accessing to an array of additional applications.
Roku Express+ ($25.00, usually $35.00): With Apple’s September 12 event coming up, all of the talk is about streaming boxes. Apple is expected to try and take some market share away from Roku with the introduction of Apple TV 5, but you can help Roku hold strong with this purchase.
It comes with an effortless setup, access to thousands of paid and free channels, and an easy-to-use remote for easy navigation.
Fire TV Stick with Alexa Voice Remote ($34.99, usually $39.99): If Apple and Roku aren’t your things, then maybe you prefer to let Amazon handle your streaming needs with its Fire TV Stick.
This Fire TV Stick comes running Fire OS, offers an Alexa-powered remote, and gives you instant access to all functionality with a simple plug-and-play system that lets you slip it directly into your TV.
Logitech Pop Home Switch Starter Pack ($59.99, usually $99.99): This is a very clever little product by Logitech. Simply have this in your home mounted like a light switch, interact with it with a simple tap, and you can instantly control a multitude of smart accessories in your home which have been set to pre-defined states.
The starter pack includes two switch buttons and a hub.
Works with Hue, LIFX, Insteon, SONOS, and many more, oh and did we tell you that it comes with Apple HomeKit compatibility as well?